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Hadoop Happenings: Looking to 2015

 

Hadoop-Happenings

Grab all of the latest news and commentary about Hadoop in one place with this week’s Hadoop Happenings. This week there are many predictions for what Hadoop’s future holds.

1. The End of the Hadoop Bubble?

Forbes.com- Hortonworks’ rush into a reduced IPO may be to grasp the interest of a potential buyer. There are a few things to consider while trying to decide if Hadoop is entering market expansion or its’ last stage. Read More

2. Hadoop Needs a Better Front-End for Business Users

Gigaom.com- HaaS offerings are predicted to grow in popularity. This post provides a brief overview of some changes business users may like to see in the near future. Read More

3. Hadoop 2020: The Future of Big Data in the Enterprise

Eweek.com- A brief overview of ways in which Hadoop will be utilized in the future. Read More

4. Hadoop Predictions for 2015

Bigdataanalyticsnews.com- This post provides a brief overview of 2015 predictions for Hadoop. Read More

5. Stomping Out Criminal Scams with Hadoop

Datanami.com- Running Argyle software on Hadoop may increase a company’s ability to detect crime. Read More

6. Drowning in Big Data? This Thing Called Hadoop Could Be a Life Preserver

Intelligentutility.com- A post about how Hadoop could be a solution for dealing with big data. Read More

7. Forrester: Hadoop to Become an Enterprise Priority in 2015

Siliconangle.com- This post goes over predictions in 2015 and Hadoop’s role in an enterprise. Read More

8. Why 2015 Will Be the Year of Hadoop

Cxotoday.com- A simple forecast of why Hadoop will be a success in 2015. Read More

9. Hadoop Deployments: Slow to Grow So Far

Blogs.gartner.com- A simple summary and chart explaining Hadoop’s slow progress in deployments. Read More

10. Why Kafa Should Run Natively on Hadoop

Datanami.com- Developers are addressing the concern that Kafka doesn’t run on Hadoop. Read More


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